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Was actually suprised when found that my position is so strong.
I am pretty sure that black cant find a way to defend from this one.
black is dead but can still last longer with Qxd4+
1.Rxa1 Qxd4+ 2.Bxd4
But can't black defend with 1...Rb7?
You mean Rg7 ? If so then Qxg7 #
Can you guys provide variantons ?
No I mean 1...Rb7
black is dead but can still last longer with Qxd4+ Qxd4 is not check
rxp+,pxr,Qh8 mate...or, rxp+,rg7,Qxr mate-----rxb,ra8+,re8,rxr+,rf8,Qxr mate
I like it....fool proof. Good game
he changed it, last i saw the king was on g1
good one. I like the forcing nature of it.
he changed it, last i saw the king was on g1-----sorry,didn't see it.
Black can play 1...rxe5
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